A push to “Make in India” policy in defence procurements by Manohar Parrikar has started showing results after he left as the defence minister to take back the reigns of Goa as its chief minister.
When the Centre for Joint Warfare Studies (CENJOWS) was set up in 2007, its mission was to “Rise above sectoral and departmental legacies, and examine joint warfare and synergy issues in their entirety”.
Defence Minister, Manohar Parrikar, has been sent back to Goa in the party’s interest to take over as ….. Defence Minister, Manohar Parrikar, has been sent back to Goa in the party’s interest to take over as the chief Minister once again. His departure has created a void at a critical time when the state […]
Manohar Parrikar demonstrated urgency in arms purchases, but failed to take measures to synergise combat capabilities During his tenure as India’s Defence Minister, Manohar Parrikar came across as a sincere and perceptive leader and an accomplished manager. He gave a free hand to the Army to engage proactively on the LoC. He got the Prime […]
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One of the key decisions facing Defence Minister Arun Jaitley will be the policy on ‘Strategic Partners’ (SP) upon which Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ policy in defence manufacturing hinges.
Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has proved his majority on the floor of the Goa Assembly. The BJP-led coalition government won the trust vote by 22 to 16. The coalition government also won the support of NCP MLA Churchill Alemao.
Four-lakh defence civilian employees from 430 defence unions working in 41 ordnance factories, 52 Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) labs, the army, navy and the air force are protesting what they term the Centre’s bid to privatise the defence sector.
Uncertainty looms over South Block with Manohar Parrikar leaving charge of the Defence Minister. His exit could not have come at a worse time for the Ministry, several officials said.